Masks are recommended inside facilities where they aren't otherwise required.
Updated boosters provide enhanced protection against current COVID-19 variants.
Teaching assistants prepare course materials while wearing face coverings and gloves, and staying at least 6 feet apart.We offer a range of resources available to help make your time at the UW safe and successful.

Coronavirus FAQ for students

Answering questions including how to avoid COVID-19 and what to do if you get sick, this FAQ covers a range of topics related to the novel coronavirus tailored specifically for students.

Back-to-school checklist

If you’re coming to the UW for the first time — or returning after a being away for a quarter or more — there are several steps you should take to stay safe and have a successful start to the quarter.

Get vaccinated

Find locations to get vaccinated near any of the UW’s campuses, including through UW Medicine.

Husky Coronavirus Testing

Testing is provided to UW students and employees at no cost to you. HCT is a research study and participation is voluntary.

Husky Health and Well-Being

Connect to health and wellness resources, including physical and mental health resources at the Seattle, Bothell and Tacoma campuses.

On-campus housing

Housing and Food Services provides information and updates for Seattle campus residents. See similar pages for UW Bothell and UW Tacoma residents.

Off-campus housing

If you live with other students off campus, our sample roommates agreement outlines ways you can prevent COVID-19 together.